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Psychologists, What Are the Creepiest Mental Conditions You've Seen?



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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    lol first

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Second.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Third

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Looks like I’m not going to sleep tonight😀

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Keep up the good videos! Always remember check audio!!

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    When trees get the urge to stop producing oxygen.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Nice 36:14 🍌🍌🍌🍌

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    10:00 my brother (age 27) can hardly bear to watch that movie because it really, really creeps him out. Doesn't affect anyone else in our family but I can honestly understand how it would.

    13:15 I remember an old story about a Marine home on leave from one of the wars, standing in his parents' living room early one morning watching the sunrise, mom came up behind him to hug him and he broke both her arms. Don't know if this qualifies as PTSD or a deeply ingrained survival reflex but still sad as hell either way.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I'm not real mad at that last kid.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Finally one I feel like I should comment on, but I just can't imagine that would be a wise idea.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Today I just learned of a disability that is more sad than creepy, but it still kind of is creepy. Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID). Not much is known about this disorder, but from what I understand, people with BIID want to either amputate a major limb or sever the spinal cord to paralyze themselves. And the saddest part is that treatment for other disorders like depression or something similar don't work, only an actual amputation will help. It's a disorder that upsets people with actual disabilities, of course, because they give anything to not be disabled, yet these people are saying that they (the person with BIID) are "meant to be disabled". On top of that, there are those attention seekers that talk about wanting to be disabled or claim to have mental health issues that they don't just for the clout it would get them, so it's hard to tell if a person posting about wanting to be disabled is doing it for attention or because of a mental disorder. I really hope that better treatment for BIID can be found soon, because it's sad that a perfectly able bodied person would want to be disabled because they think it's their destiny or something.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I think depression is scary… It's a killer
    Not that others aren't but it literally persuades you that your so miserable that you have to kill yourself
    Schizophrenia can also do that tho

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I sometime see shadows but they dont bother me xd

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    It's not everyone in the world who are watching us , it's other entities , in other dimensions .

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    7:20 Stuff like this makes me realize how much worse things could've turned out for me. I'm a dude but same thing, abusive biological father including molestation. Mom and I were his playthings. We got away when I was almost 16. I'm still working on emotional blunting & cynicism, but other wise I haven't broken luckily.

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    There is some people out there who think their life is a game and someone is controlling their every move

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I was in a phych ward of depression. I was sharing a room with this young guy who was a few years older than me He was there for coke and he was pretty cool. He told me I was lucky I got a room with him because all the other guys there were real phycos. So i felt relieved he was my friend. Now that I think about it if we met any other way we'd be really good friends. but the ward had strict restrictions to not share information. God brought you here for the reason to live get the help you need and don't deny anything.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I had reactive attachment disorder when I was six years old. When I was four my parents divorced. Not very tragic. They fought A LOT about money, chores, getting the car fixed, or getting a washer machine. My mom put a restraining order against him so I never saw him again after the divorce. I also have epilepsy and Borderline Personality Disorder. So basically when I seized enough times, I forgot what he looked like by the time I was five. When I was six someone asked me where my dad was. I had forgotten I had a dad and answered casually with, "I don't know." I remember the first time feeling it. I remember my parents divorcing when I was four but I also remember her taking us all to her boyfriend's alot. When I was six, I felt I got really close to my mom's boyfriend and I called him Dad. He had death in his eyes when he looked at me and said, "I. AM. NOT. YOUR. FATHER. I want to hear you say it." I cried as I said it back. I had been Dad hunting up until I turned 15, when I realized there are other ways to get attention. I no longer have reactive attachment disorder. I know it's creepy, but I've definitely been there before, to just about any adult who showed me attention. You want me to be better at math? I'll do it. Wash your clothes? Consider it done. Clean your house everyday? You got it, just please love me. Tell me I'm a good kid.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I'm autistic lol

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    I learned about a mental condition (can't remember if it is considered an illness or a disorder) called Cotard's Syndrome, or Walking Corpse Syndrome. Sufferers believe that they or a part of them is dead and rotting away.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    It is Alzheimer or Depression because both are very common and there is nothing to do about it, depression may be Curable, but it definitely leaves deep wounds forever but there is still clinical depression wich is not curable its just treatable with heavy medication or in some cases its just not treatable at all

    I really won't wish my greatest Enemy one of both

    And a note to the people who still say "man up" tp stuff like this: think before you speak, think about the impact of your words and actions, depression is a real disease and it's not possible to just man up.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    It is because of videos like these that I am grateful to God for health of mind and body.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    18:30 ok so an actual sociopath…

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    8:00 I’m a severe boarderline and I’ve done some things that I would have considered pretty creepy and obsessive (wasn’t totally aware of how abnormal that behaviour was at the time) but I’ve never even come close to doing anything that serious. Wow

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    All you have to do to the people that think they are the only ones that exist, is that they would be very selfish to think this entire universe was made for them, and they are going to die just like everybody else…

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Just hearing the text to speech voice saying oh no the baby is dead is creepy as shit

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    the likes are at 420, I can't ruin that

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    The first half for the little girl at 18:00 sounded like she's autistic. Stuff like sitting and staring could be her lost in her thoughts and the wall touching and stomping could probably have been her stimming. Not sure about the violent tendencies though. They could have been something else probably

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    The cannibal story. Why would they tell you that. All it doae is fuck with the head of someone recovering.

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    1:50 sounds like Disassociative Identity Disorder. That personality was probably a protector of the system. I have DID, its… Uh. Interesting?

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    Idk Man all these reddit readers are just copying each other it’s funny how many there are and yet no one seems to see it

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    CU?

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    added on 23 Sep, 2020
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    1:001:51 That was creepy, but medically interesting. I wonder what he has, it sounded very much like multiple personality disorder.

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